2004-2016 Mazda 3 passenger side mount

AWR Racing

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Product Overview

AWR Racing's 2004 - 2016 Mazda 3 passenger side mount is a must have for any Mazda 3 owner. Want less engine movement, cleaner shifts, wheel hop to disappear, as well as many more benefits? Look no further - AWR Racing has you covered! AWR offers the best valued mounts that suit driver needs. We have durometer options for daily, aggressive, and track driven builds. Our mounts have been street and track proven since 1995.

These mounts are designed to completely support the engine with durometer options to suit all styles of driving. All of our bushings can be replaced at any time. Mounts improve drive line response by inhibiting driveline lash, putting all that motion to the task of moving the car along.

Items included:

AWR Mazda 3 passenger side mount



Made in the USA
Laser cut and CNC folded
Tig welded
Aftermarket mount hardware
Machined inner sleeves, nickel plated
Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings (62, 70, 88, and 95 durometer applicable for the Mazda 3)
Powder coated in Silver for a very durable finish.

Bushing recommendations:

62 and 70 durometer are recommended for daily driving with little to no mods. 88 durometer is recommended for lightly to intermediate modification levels. 95 durometer is recommended for highly modified track builds. You can always opt for a different durometer if your first choice doesn't suit your needs, all of our bushings can be swapped out or replaced at any time!

Not sure what durometer to order? We're happy to help! Send an email to for any questions you may have.

Note: Once AWR Racing's engine mounts are installed, there may be added NVH depending what durometer you choose compared to the OEM mount. 70 durometer is closest to OEM specs. Bushings should start to settle after about 500-750 miles driven.


2004 - 2016 Mazda 3 [ 2.0, 2.3, and 2.5 engine ]

2005 - 2010 Mazda 5

Note * Does not fit 2012 - 2013 Mazda 3 with 2.0 Sky activ and 6 speed transmission.

Customer input:

On Wednesday Tony Woodford of AWR installed the passenger side mount on my 2011 Speed 3. My other mounts are stock as of right now, but they will be changed out shortly. Once the mount was installed we took the car for a test drive and I immediately felt the difference. The car was way more positive feeling to my throttle inputs and it was a great improvement with the torque steer of the car. The mount also gave the car a deeper sound as well. The stock mount is way to sloppy for the car and I feel that it takes away from the sporty feeling of the car. As for ease of installation it took only took about 35-45 minutes with some simple tools. The quality and craftsmanship of the mount is great and everything lined right up. We also relocated the stock ground strap that is attached to the stock mount.


Warranty Information

AWR believes so strongly in their engine mounts and sway bars that they back them with a limited Lifetime Warranty. What's more, this warranty, excluding bushings, is retroactive to all mounts and sway bars built previously by AWR. Basically, if it breaks or fails, AWR will fix or replace it at their discretion. The warranty is 'limited' in that bushings are considered a normal wear item, so the urethane or rubber bushings are not covered, but if the metal cracks, breaks or otherwise fails, we'll replace or repair it.


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  • 4
    06 mzd3i sedan

    Posted by Mackenzie Leggett on 8th Sep 2017

    Slapped this baby in and immediately from turning the key noticed the difference. A lot of vibration with the 88duro but I don't mind it. Engine sounds a little meatier to me, you may not notice the difference with stock exhaust but I'm not sure. Also, down shifting isn't as jumpy. Doesn't buck the car. Haven't put the AWR rear mount 88duro in yet but I have it and will install it soon. Definitely worth the upgrade my fomoco mount was in two pieces. Don't know how it was holding my engine in place. I knew it failed, didn't know it was in 2 pieces. Literally had separated itself. If you are just daily driving and don't plan on a bunch of mods stick with the 70duro.

  • 5
    Perfect Fit, Robust Design

    Posted by Unknown on 5th May 2017

    This mount oozes quality and strength. After the destruction of another OEM mount, AWR came through in a pinch and got me this mount shipped to my door Ricky Tick. Installation took less than thirty minutes and the results are awesome. With the 70 durometer, there is minimal shaking at idle with the A/C on, no extraneous noise and vibrations during normal driving, and the powdercoat even matches the paint! I have no doubt this mount will outlive the car. Thanks AWR!

  • 4
    solid bulld

    Posted by ronnie angel soriano on 6th Feb 2017

    These mounts are no joke. There's a major improvement with the engine. I used to get a lot of hard vibration but now with these mounts, the engine barely moves and the power delivery is much smoother. Just be aware that it vibrates the cabin revving from very low rpms.

  • 5
    Easy Installation , Great Customer Service

    Posted by GIOVANNI MENDEZ on 16th Jan 2017

    First time doing buisness with AWR and it won't be the last!! The Passenger Side MM is a great looking piece of hardware and light weight compared to the OEM mount. Installation was easy and when I did have questions on what ft lbs of torque the bushing needed(45-50) Tony responded to an email within the hour. You will notice more vibrations at idle but nothing to crazy. Next up is the transmission mount. Thanks AWR

  • 5
    Great alternative to stock PMM mount.

    Posted by James. on 10th Oct 2016

    So far I have only driven roughly 100 miles with the 70 bushing and I love it! I bought the car with 102,000 miles on it and the original PMM was completely gone. With the new mount I feel like I have a new car! All shifts are like butter now and most engine vibration is gone(besides the new mount vibrations that aren't to bad). Needless to say I would recommend this product to anyone with a Mazda 3 that is tired of changing out the PMM. I will be purchasing the rest of the motor and trans mounts from AWR in the near future.

  • 5
    damn daniel.

    Posted by Michael BREWER on 28th Jul 2016

    This is a heavy, quailty part. A beautiful silver powder coat, massive bushing ( in my case ) and just looks like a nice part. Mine didnt comr with instructions but thats no big deal, being as i am swapping out an excisting aftermarket PMM because of design shortcomings on their side. Install was easy, and very little vibez. It probably has less unbroken in, than my other did broken in. Good stuff here ladys and gents. Looming forward to my tmm!

  • 4
    Great build quality

    Posted by James J Cordiano on 25th Jul 2016

    It's definitely noticeably louder, and some additional vibes as well. Expected some issues with noise and vibes, but you can hear the cam a lot louder now, very pronounced. Alright... Cons out of the way, WOW! I have nearly bald tires, and the grip has increased drastically over blown stock PMM. Wheel hop is eliminated. Shifting has become crisp and precise. I love the feeling, and the noise/vibes are tolerable.

  • 5

    Posted by Tom on 7th Jun 2016

    As all Mazda 3 owners know, the garbage stock mounts cause all kinds of problems. I replaced the original that came with the car in March 2015. Within months the replacement mount started to give. Engine movement was huge eventually putting too much stress on the drive train and rear mount. I changed the rear mount with another performance one by another company but since the PMM was junk it created a knocking when I would start the car and engine noise was loud. I replaced the passenger mount with this one at 70 duro and it is awesome. Cannot recommend it enough. Thanks AWR! Problem solved. Car feels, sounds and drives great!

  • 5
    Goodbye to stock motor mounts

    Posted by Unknown on 21st Oct 2015

    Great looking mounts (I also bought the rear engine mount) that bolted right up to my 06 Mazda 5. I bought the 70 durometer and it seems plenty stiff. On my car there was a ground wire that had to be relocated (very easy to do since there is a threaded hole on the shock tower), other than that it was a direct replacement (there is a online video showing the whole process of replacing both engine mounts). I have had the new motor mounts installed 1 week, so I can not speak to the durability, but I am hopeful they will be better than the crap stock, they sure looks beefy.

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